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|Moving To Yenagoa by souljaboi51(m): 7:56pm On Jul 04, 2018|
Hello everyone. I need your help especially from those who live in and know Yenagoa.
I will be relocating to Yenagoa for work and i dont know anything about the place as i am born and bred in lagos. Can anybody give me tips on living in Yenagoa. The Dos and Donts. Cost of living, house rent and all that. Availability of electricity, the whole lot. I heard the cost of living is quite high. Kindly enlighten me as i want to be prepared. Thanks everyone.
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|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by ebebeleyu: 1:16pm On Jul 05, 2018|
yenagoa is very expensive. house rent is high. no potable water unless pure water sachet . beware of cult boys. high police extortion. etc....although there is enough chiks....it used to be okay but since Dickson come the place is nothing to write home about.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by souljaboi51(m): 7:45pm On Jul 05, 2018|
Omo na wa o. All the stories i have been hearing are quite scary o.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by asaju10(m): 10:41pm On Jul 06, 2018|
Yenagoa is a lively place to live though it's very expensive coz u will have to buy water to take ur bath,food stuff is damn expensive,transport fare is moderate but there was money in Yenagoa then during president Jonathan's regime i don't know about now.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by StEugene(m): 1:15pm On Jul 12, 2018|
Yenagoa is relatively cheap or expensive. Depends largely on your income. If you earn within 70 - 100, you should be able to fair quite well. There are new fresh apartments around Agudama, Akenfa, Akenpai, Edepie, Opolo by expressway, Azikoro. 150 - 200k should get you a clean 1-bedroom (room an parlour apartment in Agudama or Akenfa. Please avoid Ekeki, Obele junction, Ovom - these are flood-prone areas and cult-relate criminal activities are on the high side in those areas. Raw food sturvs could be expensive sometimes. Transportation is also expensive, but less traffic jams.
Social and night life is just there - hotels, few bars and car wash restaurants here and there. Most of the ladies are raz and sometimes dirty, which makes them cheap. Cleans ones hardly come by, except visitors and non-residents.
Generally, Bayelsa are very welcoming to strangers. They love easy-life.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by souljaboi51(m): 7:33am On Jul 13, 2018|
Thanks alot. I have been informed that i will be living in kpansia. I heard the room and parlour is 500k while a self con is 300. Do you know if that is that a good area? security and flood wise
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by StEugene(m): 11:21am On Jul 17, 2018|
Kpansia is in the heart of the town, so the high rent is understandable. But if you have your way, Agudama, Akenpai, Edepie is way cheaper between 200 - 300k for room & parlour.
Security wise, yenagoa as a whole is volatile, but kpansia area is manageable. Don't know about flooding, but the topography of kpansia is better to than other flood-prone areas.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by souljaboi51(m): 2:02pm On Jul 18, 2018|
Thank you so much. You have been very helpful
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by souljaboi51(m): 9:10am On Oct 31, 2018|
Update! i was retained in Lagos
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by mrsuperswag(m): 9:42am On May 02, 2020|
I just moved to yenegoa...anyone care to update me on how to enjoy this town.
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by Abokii8(m): 9:57am On Jan 23|
mrsuperswag:Tell us your experience please
|Re: Moving To Yenagoa by Hannah65: 10:11am On Jan 23|
Thanks for sharing..
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